Pakistan on Saturday said it does not war with India and noted that "friendly countries" are working to defuse tensions between the two neighbours. "Pakistan is a peace-loving country. We don't want to have war or aggression," Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said addressing a function on the occasion of the first death anniversary of former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto. "We want to have friendly relations with our neighbours " Afghanistan and India," Gilani said. He noted that "friendly countries" are working to defuse tension between India and Pakistan. Gilani said last night in Lahore that war is not in the interest of any country and all issues should be resolved through dialogue. Pakistan wants peace and will not initiate any military aggression, he said.